War on Corruption

Corruption has inflicted incalculable harm to Nigeria. It has destroyed the morale and economic fabric of the nation. Development of Nigeria has been stunted by rampant, wholesale diversion and embezzlement of public fund. This unspeakable crime is happening in all sectors of the economy. Millions and billions of Naira allocated for various projects just disappears …

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Blast from the Past

one would think that Nigerian presidents has learned to obey court orders after over 16 years of uninterrupted democratic rule. Former president Obasanjo was an expert in disobeying court orders which almost ruined Nigerian nascent democracy during his tenure. Late President Yar’Adua quickly put an end to his over-the-top insanity when he assumed office. He …

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$5.2 Billion MTN Fine: Penny Wise, Pound Foolish

It is unfortunate that successive Nigerian administrations sometimes adopts contradictory policies that works against what they said they want. President Buhari has been jetting around the world since his inauguration to improve Nigerian image, conduct diplomacy and attract much needed foreign investment to Nigeria. The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) disclosed recently that the nation’s …

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Arrest and Detention of Nnamdi Kalu

Agitation for reconstitution of defunct Biafra Republic has been going on for years now but seem to have picked up steam after the arrest and detention of Nnamdi Kalu. Biafran cause was initially championed by the Movement for the sovereign state of Biafra (MASSOB). Recently a new group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) headed by …

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Senator Ike Ekweremadu’s Dangerous Ideas

Nigerians must keep an eye on the deputy senate president, senator Ekweremadu because he has some well- meaning, naïve and dangerous ideas which he keeps parroting at every chance he gets as panacea for Nigerian problems. He was in charge of the constitutional review commission and tried to smuggle one of his strange idea in …

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